Cabo Do Mundo Casa Rural & TV G In The Camino Invierno!

Fantastic Adventures With Lucie – Cabo Do Mundo Casa Rural and TV G! Sunny Summer Skies and flowers blooming made for the perfect day in Ribeira Sacra with Lucie Christensen at her Cabo Do Mundo Casa Rural when TV G came to film some of the great local treasures.  From a little cooking time with […]

Camino de Madrid 651 Km – Santiago!

The camino brings us many unique experiences from discovering and exploring another culture and taking in their ancient traditions that are as alive today as ever.  People from around the world make their travel journeys which also begin with exploring some of the main sites and big city attractions before changing their street clothes to […]

Expo Bike, Bicigrino.com & Parador Back On The Camino!

Spring Reunions In The Camino The sun is shining in the Camino and it has brought many pilgrims out to enjoy another year of adventure.  Sunshine and signs of spring all around with flowers blooming is putting smiles on all who are out making their camino journeys.  Expo Bike, Bicigrino.com and the Parador spent a […]

Camino Invierno – The Winter Way Prepares for VENDIMIA

Walking Along Vineyards Well it is almost one year to the day when I made a post with Beata Moritz’s picture as she was enjoying some of her own Wine Wanderings during her camino in 2013.  So it is perfect timing that we are now preparing once again for the WINE HARVEST or VENDIMIA.  As you […]

Faros y Cruces – Lighthouses & Crosses In The Costa Da Morte

Galicia is known for many things and one of its special treasures are the Faros or Lighthouses and crosses that mark the lands end known as the “end of the world” in Finisterre where pilgrims burn their clothes or make final symbolic acts at the completion of their pilgrimage. The Costa da Morte – the […]

Bicigrino – Otra Forma De Hacer El Camino

So many wonderful ways to CAMINO!  Dating back to the 9th Century the Camino has a long and ancient history.  A past that has seen many changes. A merging of cultures, people,  and traditions. A true melting pot of ideas and customs.  The first pilgrims walked, came by horse, or were able to ride on […]

Palatine Ways of St. James – Germany

    Pfälzer Jakobswege – In German The Camino has been an important and popular pilgrimage journey for years for Germans and they represent one of the largest groups of overall pilgrims from around the world.  In march of this year they represented 24.8% of all pilgrims making their way to Santiago de Compostela. A […]